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. cynthia tucker and jerry sigh. >> and as always, "the sunday funnies." >> you know, a meeting got off to a rough start when a neighbor called the police and said gates was breaking into the white called the police and said gates was breaking into the white house. captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> hello again. the president's poll numbers may be wilting a bit in the summer heat, but each day this week brought those economic green chutes he's been counting on. monday, new home sales jumped the big of the increase in eight years. tuesday, home prices, their first increase in three years. wednesday, a surprising stepup in manufacturing activity. thursday, new jobless claims fall to the lowest 11 since january. and friday, the clearest sign yet at that recession might be be easing. second-quarter growth falling much more slowly than expected as the stock market capped off its best month since 2002. with that, we bring in secretary tim giant fler. geithner. the spending went way down. what more can the administration if anything to encourage spending to go back up? >> george, you're right,
." bloomberg's al hunt. conservative columnist michelle malkin. cynthia tucker of the "atlanta journal-constitution." and gerry sieb. >> and as always, "the sunday funnies." >> you know, a meeting got off to a rough start when a neighbor called the police and said gates was breaking into the white called the police and said gates was breaking into the white house. captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> hello again. the president's poll numbers may be wilti bngit a in e summermm atbu , cht ea day this weonomec chutes he's beenntouing on. monday, new home sales jumpeoud the biggntesy t mohlincreasehl esy, tuesday, home first increase rerst increase in three yearfis. updnesday, s ufinacanngturi up in manufacturing activity. thursday, new jobless cl ll to their lowest l vesince vejaary.reeast sigd idayfrthe c yet at that recession might be be easing. second-quarter growth falling much more slowly than expected as the stock market capped off its best month since 2002. with that, we bring in secretary tim geithner. a lot of good news out there this week. but the bad ne is that consumers are sti
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